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Third Level Programs

Galileo

 

Sign up for the Intel Galileo Competition

Intel Galileo is a 3rd level technology competition open to all 3rd level registered undergraduate students in Ireland.  A Prize of €1,000 will be awarded to the best project

Guidelines:

· Completed entries must incorporate a Galileo Board*

·  Entries must be submitted here

·  Shortlisted Entries must be prepared to showcase their project during Tech Week (www.techweek.ie )26th April – 2nd May (venue & date TBD) where the top project will be unveiled

* Previous work undertaken by applicants on Galileo may be included as long as it has not already been published

Key Dates:

  • Monday 13th April: Receipt of Entry by email to padraig.s.omurchu@intel.com
  • Friday 17th April: Initial Evaluation complete with top 5 projects invited to exhibit during Tech Week 26th April – 2nd May (venue & date TBD)
  • 26th April – 2nd May: Intel technology award and prize of €1,000 awarded during Techweek

 

 

Women in technology scholarships

 

Women in Technology Scholarships

Intel’s success in Ireland has been built on the quality of highly skilled and educated people available in the country. Through the ‘Women in Technology’ scholarship program, Intel hopes to increase awareness and encourage a new generation of high-achieving women to take up the challenge of a career in science and technology.

Intel works closely with local schools and colleges to help ensure that our educational system continues to produce the exceptional quality of graduates that has helped to make Intel in Ireland so successful.

With that in mind, each year Intel welcomes applications to the Women in Technology scholarship program for females who have just embarked on third level education.

Scholarships are open to female school leavers entering specified four year undergraduate degree courses in science and engineering (full selection criteria is included below) and each scholarship award includes the following: 

  • Monetary grant valued at €2000 for each student per annum.
  • Scholars will complete intern placements or summer internships at the Intel Leixlip campus.
  • To assist with career progression and further education, each scholar will be assigned an Intel mentor who can assist and provide advice on managing their academic career.

For full selection criteria, details on how to apply and other information please visit www.intel.ie/womenintechnology.

Teach Advanced Online

Teach Advanced Online

Intel Teach Advanced Online & Collaborative is an online professional-development community that seeks to develop and support highly skilled and innovative teachers, helping them take full advantage of 21st century pedagogic practice and technology.

It aims to do this, by providing on demand high quality training, resources, support and collaborative tools developed with educators for educators.

This professional development/collaboration doesn’t require teachers to be away from schools, the resourceful platform and dedicated school mentors are always there to help.

The platform has 4 main areas to suit personalised needs at a particular time:

  • My teaching – Teachers visit for inspiration
  • My development – Teachers select and work on a learning path
  • My Tools – Teachers learn together and help each other using the collaborative tools
  • My Support – An area for Q & A and online support for everyone

The first Irish participants in the program were facilitated through CASTeL, the Centre for the Advancement of Science and Mathematics Teaching & Learning at Dublin City University (DCU), and were each students completing the BSc. Science Education at Dublin City University.

For more information please contact intel.ireland.corporate.affairs@intel.com.

Funded PHD's

Funded PHD’s

Intel Ireland for the last number of years has engaged in a  program to co-fund, along with the Irish Research Council a number of PHD students whose studies are focussed on innovation in key areas of technology. The program not only supports the better understanding of these emerging areas of innovation but is also an important part of developing a pipeline of world-class technical talent for Intel's future workforce and the global knowledge-based economy. In the last 5 years Intel has been involved in the co-funding of more than 100 PhD students studying at Irish Universities.

Intel Higher Ed

Find our more about the Intel’s Higher Education Programs around the world

Intel has a number of options available to higher education students pursuing professional opportunities. From scholarships to internships, contests, and more you can find all the information you need by visiting Intel’s dedicated Higher Education Portal.

Click here for more.